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Benefit of a doubt

Reader comment on item: Advice to Non-Muslim Women against Marrying Muslim Men
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Submitted by Lana(USA) (United States), Sep 6, 2018 at 22:07

Dear Judz

I don't want to jump into conclusions about someone I did not even communicate but from my experience,those men are very advanced in sweet talk....they promise you the world,even faking up your further marriage and a baby(mine was demanding that we will have a daughter,which was very odd-on top of the other odd things he said to me....As most of us know,MENA men prefer to have sons over daughters...)Listen to your gut feeling,your intuition,use your head before your heart! "If it walks like a duck...talks like a duck-it is a duck!"
Do not rush to get intimate.If he is pushy in this aspect,more likely this is all he needs from you,and will be using you as long as you let him.DO NOT LET HIM TO !!!!
Any man has to become a good and trustworthy friend before getting intimate,true man will stop at nothing to take time to know you better before getting too serious!
Ask yourself-is it the man you want to spend the rest of your life with?Is he decent and trustworthy,or just another player?
Be safe!

Hugs,
LANA

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